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face of freedom

face of freedom
 n.— «Freed from the (slightly tarnished) steel and glass of the financial districts of our cities, beards are on the rise. Gone are the 6am starts, the 7am transatlantic conference calls, the boozy business lunches and the need to present a clean-shaven face. Some wag has even coined a term for it, gamely naming it the “face of freedom.”» —“Stubble ‘n strife” by Claire Black Scotsman (Scotland, United Kingdom) Dec. 16, 2008. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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